Work For AF! New Openings Available!
America’s Future (AF) empowers young people to be active, civil, and curious citizens who build freer communities that lead to fulfillment, dignity, and happiness for all, and we’re looking for creative, entrepreneurial and passionate people to join our dynamic team.
We’re working toward a time in America where young people collaborate to drive change in their communities – change that equips the individual to build a free and happy life.
We have an HQ in Washington, DC, but our team is spread across the country. Working for AF is fast-paced, fun, and rewarding. We also offer a competitive salary and benefits package, plus an unlimited vacation policy.
Check out our current openings below!
Community Programs Coordinator – Washington, DC/Remote
America’s Future is hiring a Programs Coordinator! This role is a full-time position in AF’s Department of Community, reporting directly to the Director of Community. The role covers the development, management, and coordination of the Hub program, Chapter program, fellowships and seminars, and special programming. The Programs Coordinator will ensure that these programs are equipped with the training, speakers, content, and mechanisms needed to complete AF’s mission to develop lifelong, effective advocates for freedom.
The Programs Coordinator will have the growth opportunity to sharpen their event and training facilitation, design skills, and project management. They will also build relationships with the foremost thinkers, influencers, and leaders within the liberty movement.
AF’s HQ is in Washington, DC, but their team is spread across the country. Working for AF is fast-paced, fun, and rewarding. They offer a competitive salary and benefits package, plus an unlimited vacation policy. This role is open to both remote or hybrid (DC based) applicants.
This role oversees the logistics of and supports the following programs and projects: AF Fellowships, Hub and Chapter Programs (including the Community Initiative project), Membership Program, seminars, orientations, trainings, and workshops. This may include:
-Coordinate programming schedules and contractors/staff
-Coordinate with guest speakers
-Coordinate with other departments and partner organizations to promote events
-Ensure timelines and deadlines are met by AF staff
-Ensure clean and up-to-date data is kept on all AF customers and programs
-Manage event applications and registrations, logistics, promotion, and post-event follow-up using Eventbrite, Facebook, Hubspot, and Zoom
-Manage attendee data and reporting
-Create and manage programming feedback using HubSpot and Survey Monkey
-Assist in creating and leading AF-unique trainings for volunteers, leaders, Hub Directors, Chapter Leaders, and AF staff
-Compile and present monthly and quarterly activity reports
-Conduct market and product research
-Take logistical lead to create and execute the AF Membership Retreat and the AF Leadership Retreat
-Be proactive in identifying top virtual event trends and tools to ensure the best experience and topics possible for AF’s audiences
-Be available to produce events outside of typical work hours, this primarily includes evenings and occasional weekends may arise.
-Represent the AF community at conferences and networking events as needed
-2-4 years of professional experience
-Live or virtual event planning experience (preferred)
-An advocate for the values of liberty
-Project management experience (preferred)
-Technologically savvy with a willingness to identify and learn new products to best meet the needs of the programs
-Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite
-Proficient in Salesforce, HubSpot, Canva, Zoom, Eventbrite, and social media platforms (preferred)
-Able to travel domestically (15%)
-Customer service driven
-Works well as part of a team or as an individual
-Capable of executing tasks with precision
How to Apply:
Qualified candidates should submit the following application materials in one PDF document:
-Cover letter sharing a time your used your unique talents to advance freedom in your life or work, your interest in the position and America’s Future’s mission, as well as your salary requirements
Applications should be submitted to Talent Market via this link: talentmarket.org/apply-for-your-dream-job. There is no application deadline for this position. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. This job will remain posted on our site until it is filled. Questions can be directed to Lydia Ocampo, Network Engagement Specialist at Talent Market, who is assisting with the search: [email protected].
Chapter Leader – Detroit, MI/Nashville, TN
Looking for a part time job where you’ll exercise your leadership skills, build a community of curious and concerned citizens, and advance liberty in your city? Become the next America’s Future Chapter Leader! We are currently accepting applications for the Chapter Leader roles in Detroit and Nashville!
You: Someone who loves spreading the ideas and values of liberty, engaging and leading others, planning events, brainstorming and sharing ideas, and networking. You have a strong commitment to the values of liberty and want to share those values with others, and bring others along with you in making your city a better place.
Us: We empower young people to be active, civil, and curious citizens who build freer communities that lead to fulfillment, dignity, and happiness for all. We’re working toward a time in America where young people collaborate to drive change in their communities – change that equips the individual to build a free and happy life. We offer opportunities for networking, mentoring, leadership and community engagement through our national network and extensive array of programming!
Chapter Resources & Benefits:
– Access to and collaborate with a robust national network of like-minded friends, speakers, and opportunities.
– Regular coaching on event and grassroots skills from seasoned professionals.
– Connect with leaders in other cities for collaboration and program ideas.
– Invitations to exclusive events and trainings to build your skills and your network.
– Become a social and thought leader in your city and state.
– Get paid to inspire rising leaders and concerned citizens to take action in solving problems.
– Attend AF’s annual leadership retreat.
– Be instrumental in helping develop AF’s national programming.
– Organize and host a minimum of one fun, empowering event per month.
– Programs will be on policy, community, or professional development, but may not be partisan in nature.
– Outreach and recruitment will focus on 22-40yos. All are welcome to attend AFF events, but the target audience are young leaders and professionals in your community.
– Time commitment of approximately 15 hours/month. Some months may be more or less depending on the number of events and/or volunteers in your chapter.
– Recruit board members and volunteers to support the chapter and plan for sustained success
– Submit regular program information, budget reporting, and updates to the AF national team.